Whole Foods Market said Wednesday it expects the 365 stores it will begin opening in May will help transform the company’s legacy stores. According to John Mackey, co-CEO of the Austin, Texas-based chain, the 365 stores “are going to leap-frog ahead on many [efficiency-enhancing] practices that we will be evolving at Whole Foods. We can put those practices in 365, where there’s no culture and no legacy to overcome and, assuming those are going to work, they will serve to ...
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